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Old 01-20-2010, 12:34 AM
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having turn signals stay on at night?

How would I be able to do that? Would I have to get a bulb that is 2 prong? If so where would I be able to find those bulbs? Thanks in advance.
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Old 01-20-2010, 01:11 AM
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Re: having turn signals stay on at night?

Idk but mine are like that stock :S unless u mean all 4.
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Re: having turn signals stay on at night?

I have a 93 Si Vtec and they don't stay on at when i turn on my headlights. Will the turn signal bulbs from the S fit on the Si Vtec?
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Re: having turn signals stay on at night?

i think you have a jdm prelude, the usdm prelude can do this because its the way their set up,
correct me if im wrong, but all american cars are like that?

if you have a jdm prelude, youll have to run wires for that to happen
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Re: having turn signals stay on at night?

I doubt its jdm, the last owner probably didnt like so many lights on at a time and re-wired it or something. IDK
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Re: having turn signals stay on at night?

nah mine is usdm for sure. but a couple nights ago I was at school and noticed a lude with his turn signals on. and i went to my buddys house bc he has a bb1 also so i turned on his lights and his turn signals werent on. is there anyway of checking if i can do that with out having to buy one and test it?
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Re: having turn signals stay on at night?

lol.. there has been at LEAST three threads about this.. and a DIY even....

it is done quite easily with a simple SPDT 12 Volt Relay.
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Re: having turn signals stay on at night?

OMG LILMSPRELUDE!!!!!! u are a savior. honestly, i was really hoping u would chime and give me helpful info on this. thanks
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Re: having turn signals stay on at night?

I thought all ludes were like that from the dealer, I guess I'm wrong lol.
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